Didiplis diandra is a delicate, demanding, light-requiring aquarium plant. The aquarium's light power may be sufficiently high once the leaves on the shoot summit are rosy in color and the moment flowers begin to appear.
If planted in groups, this attractive and interesting aquatic plant will take on a hedgelike appearance. Good lighting and an available source of iron are essential if it is to remain healthy. In extremely solid lighting, the highest leaves will turn red, giving the plant an alluring rusty look.
Range and localities:
Eastern, southern and southeastern USA